Pretty good copy of a really great film. James Whale had an intimate understanding of what the camera could see and used it masterfully in this film. He was one of the early great directors and should really be regarded as highly as Weine, Murnau, and Lang. The film is well paced and engaging. It's easy to see why it's considered one of the greats.
(The only reason I gave it 4 stars instead of 5 was because of the distracting Spanish subtitles which seemed to have nothing to do with the dialogue half the time)
December 21, 2017 Subject:
very good film